BASICS of Windows, The Easy Guide to Your PC
Does your computer make you feel like a dummy? Believe me, you’re not alone. But with these simple instructions, you’ll be on your way to making the most of your PC. BASICS of Windows The Easy Guide to Your PC covers: using your mouse (single click, double click, right/left click, drag and drop, customizing the way your mouse works); the Windows Desktop (what everything does; customizing the desktop, start menu, and taskbar); manipulating your windows (parts of a window; opening, closing, restoring, moving, resizing, arranging, and finding windows; scrolling in windows); starting up and shutting down; folders and files (creating, renaming, moving, deleting, finding, making shortcuts to); Windows Explorer, Internet Explorer, and other Windows programs. Concise and easy to understand with over 100 large, full-color screen shots. Not version-specific so you learn the basic skills for any Windows PC or laptop. Simple exercises to test your knowledge and build confidence while you apply what you’ve learned. Question and Answer section covers what to do when things don’t work the way they should.
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